boulder biologics is employee-owned and operated, located in Boulder, Colorado.
Jason Glowney, MD, MS, CAQSM
Dr. Jason Glowney is a board-certified Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, and Sports Medicine physician that hails from Chicago, Illinois, moving to Colorado in 2009 for a fellowship at the University of Colorado. He is uniquely qualified in the field of orthobiologics, with extensive training in Internal Medicine (hematology and rheumatology), Emergency Medicine (orthopedics and orthopedic trauma), intensive interventional orthopedics training from a Sports Medicine fellowship, and over ten years of post-fellowship experience in sports medicine, orthopedics, and biologic therapies.
In addition to medicine, Dr. Glowney recently completed his Master's degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Washington. Areas of interest include the beauty of Lie Groups, Chaos Theory, and Complex Analysis.
He endeavors to utilize algorithms of machinelearning/artificial intelligence to aid in discovering the best applications of regenerative medicine in the field of orthobiologics, which brings distinctive qualifications to his speciality.
Dr. Glowney and his wife Emily both enjoy the outdoors and an active lifestyle, making their home in Boulder, CO. His goals for his family, as well as for his patients, are to be healthy and able to enjoy their lifestyle activities of choice.
Dr. Glowney's Curriculum Vitae
Scott Taylor, DPM
Dr. Taylor has been a practicing podiatrist in Colorado since 2001. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Reno and another Bachelor’s in EPO-Biology from the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado.
He obtained his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from the California College of Podiatric Medicine in San Francisco, California and completed his surgical residency at Phoenix Baptist Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. Taylor is board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine.
In his spare time, he is an avid runner, swimmer, and cyclist. Dr. Taylor competes in marathons and Ironman distance triathlons. He is a six star finisher of the prestigious World Major Marathon series (one of 150 +registered Americans to have finished NYC, Boston, Chicago, London Berlin and Tokyo Marathons). Dr. Taylor has completed seven Ironman triathlons. He is married with a daughter and an English bulldog.
RYAN SHILING, BSN, RN
Ryan Shiling is a registered nurse with expansive experience in emergency medicine, sports medicine, orthopedics, and orthobiologics. Born in Miami, FL, he moved to Colorado in 2010.
Ryan began his journey in medicine as an EMT, working on an advanced life-support ambulance in Boulder, Longmont, and Colorado Springs, then proceeded to graduate cum laude from nursing school. Combing his sports background with his passion for helping people heal, Ryan met Dr. Glowney at the beginning of his career in sports medicine. Over many years they have worked together to develop cutting-edge protocols in orthobiologics and integrative patient care, helping countless patients return to activity following injury or poor health.
As a former personal trainer, firefighter and competitive triathlete, Ryan enjoys living an active lifestyle. He spends his leisure time snowboarding, rock climbing, mountain biking, and hiking, as well as extra quality time with his 12-pound chiweenie named Biggie Smalls.
Alexis Dupuis-Le Blanc, DOMP, LMT
Alexis Dupuis-Le Blanc is a Canadian Osteopath, graduating with his D.O.M.P with honors from the Collège d’Études Ostéopathiques de Montréal, who began practicing osteopathy in Canada in 2012, and co-founded the Clinique Intégrative d’Ostéopathie in Quebec, Canada.
Alexis has completed a wide variety of post-graduate certifications, including but not limited to Endo-cranial Spasms, Biodynamics, Meta-osteopathy, Seated-facet Release Techniques and Structured Functional Adjustments. His extensive training has helped him develop a unique approach to the athlete’s treatment and body work.
Prior to his osteopath training, Alexis spent over a decade as a professional ballet dancer in Europe, where he performed in France, Switzerland and Germany.
He was first exposed to the benefits of osteopathy as a performance athlete, which led to his development as a manual therapist and his eventual licensing as a massage therapist.
Having recently relocated to Colorado, Alexis is thrilled to open his practice at Boulder Biologics. As a holistic therapist, he avoids focusing solely on symptoms and instead directs his attention to the entire system, using mainly manual bodywork as a non-physician osteopath to promote the body’s capacity to restore itself to health. He approaches each athlete with the goal of restoring functionality to human mechanics.
Outside of the clinic, Alexis enjoys ultra-trail running, having recently completed the Silverton Ultra 50/50. He is also a new CrossFit athlete, loves swing dancing in his free time, and enjoying all of Colorado’s beautiful nature.
Kaitlin Raymond, BA - Practice Manager
Kaitlin is a Colorado native, born and raised in Breckenridge, Colorado. She graduated from Adams State University with a Bachelors in Biology and Health Care.
She is currently attending Colorado Christian University to earn an additional Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Management. Kaitlin has a diverse background in athletics competing for Adams State at the NCAA Division II level in lacrosse. She has a passion for the outdoors and leads an active lifestyle.